Electronic Press Kit

The Bo Phillips Band has been spreading the musical dirt for the past 15 years.  After hanging up his hat as a high school agriculture teacher, Bo pursued his lifelong passion and has never looked back since.  “I really enjoyed teaching, but I truly love music.” says Bo.   Having earned his teaching degree from Oklahoma State University, Bo still assists with FFA chapters across Oklahoma and Texas in coaching and training teams when he’s not on the road. 

With five albums under his belt, he’s long-since paid his dues in the music industry, and his success shows it.  Two-time male-vocalist of the year, and single of the year are just a couple of trophies that Bo hangs proudly on his mantle.  “None of my successes would have been possible without the extraordinarily talented folks who join me on stage and roll down the road with me.”  

When he’s not slinging tunes or helping kids, Bo is also a volunteer firefighter in his home town.  

Join Bo and the band, just about any week of the year, in a town near you!  (www.bophillipsband.com/tour-dates)

Or join him and his friends in Mexico every summer! (www.guitarsandswimupbars.com)

Listen to this EPK Sampler, featuring some of the BPB’s tunes!

Hi-Res 11×14 Band Poster

           BPB Vintage Poster 11x14

Notable Venues Bo has Played:

*Wormy Dog Saloon – OKC, OK

*George’s Majestic – Fayetteville, AR

*Rev Room – Little Rock, AR

*Tumbleweed – Stillwater, OK

*Cain’s – Tulsa, OK

*Snorty Horse Saloon – Columbia, MO

*Joe’s – Chicago, IL

*Rockin’ Rodeo – Odessa, TX

*Arbuckle Ballroom – Paul’s Valley, OK

*Billy Bob’s Texas – Fort Worth, TX

*White Elephant Saloon – Fort Worth, TX

*Gruene Hall – Gruene, TX

*Floores Country Store – Helotes, TX

*The Stage – Bossier City, LA

*The Levee – Longview, TX

*Fat Daddy’s – Mansfield, TX

*Mo’s Place – Katy, TX

*Armadillo Palace – Houston, TX

*Redneck Country Club – Stafford, TX

*Whitewater Amp – Corpus Christi, TX

Click here for pics and logos for promotional purposes

To Book Bo Contact:

Dirt Road Management

Matt Watkins